Seventies luxe, sporty-chic, monochrome-magic and bright clashing colours, here’s the street style looks that we loved during Fashion Week.
Street style over Fashion Week month never disappoints, and this year it was nothing short of style magic. Quirky, colourful and delightfully bold outfits graced the streets of Copenhagen, London, Milan and Paris. Editors, models, influencers, stylists and buyers pulled out their best looks for the show, colours were bright and patterns were bold. Here are some common trends that we spotted and loved.
Image credit: Phil Oh, Vogue
Who said colour isn’t for Winter? Fashion Week saw an abundance of bright clashing combinations; red with pink, purple with yellow, green with blue. Bright, joyous combinations that our wardrobes are just crying out for. There are no rules with this trend and that’s why we love it! The colour blocking style gives you the freedom to be creative and play with clashing shades to see what combinations make you feel good. Our Art Deco Chandeliers in Red and Pink Mirror are perfect for channeling this bold look.
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Laidback looks done right – athleisure style was high on the trend list at Fashion Week. Windbreakers, 50s varsity jackets, 80s sweatbands and 90’s hip-hop culture combined to form retro-sporty looks that were as comfortable as they were impactful. Bursts of bright colour created some effortlessly cool outfits, combining parred-back with glammed-up. Cargo pants were matched with heels and baseball jackets with designer bags. We’d pair this look with our Bolts in Blue Swirl, just the right amount of pop to make an impact.
Image credit: Michaela Efford / Isa Foltin & Franziska Krug
The monochrome look is a style that the fashion set adopts to look instantly chic. This isn’t a new fashion trend, in fact the monochromatic outfits trace back to Autumn 2016 when famous brands sent pink, purple and blue outfits down their catwalks. In more recent years, it has felt that monochrome was becoming out of date – that is until 2022 when a new lease of life was injected into the trend. During Fashion Week, prints, textures and tones came together, creating an eclectic array of monochromatic looks. Denim on denim, print on print and green on green were popular choices, all striking just the right note. Pair this trend with our classic sculptural Sundials in Black.
Pretty in Pink
Image credit: Isa Foltin & Franziska Krug / Madeleine Lohne
While there was no lack of colour at Fashion Week, there was one shade that stood out above the rest. Pastel bubble-gum bursts of pink were worn beautifully, a nod to the Y2K Barbie aesthetic. Pink is great for injecting some fun to an outfit, and while it may not be the first colour you think of when it comes to street style, this vibrant hue worked well with both the retro and contemporary street styles. Our choice to match this look? Our dainty and pretty Charming Hearts in Antique Rose.
Image credit: Phil Oh, Vogue
Boho-chic is back and better than ever. Fashion Week saw attendees in seventies flower-power and hippy styles, encapsulating the ‘at one with nature’, peace-loving romanticism of the era. Earthy tones, patchwork details, bell-bottomed trousers, corduroy, knits, hobo-style bags and crochets were seen, bringing together this whimsical, laid-back aesthetic. We love a touch of nostalgia, whisking us back to the summer of love. Match this trend with our floral Hearts In Flowers in Orange Pearl.